A range war to win ... a blood score to settle ... and the Stanton Empire at stake.Ripe for the picking, that's what the Stanton Empire looked like to the vicious gang of land-grabbers. Their first raid carried off a girl they thought was Stanton's woman. The next time they would take all -- unless Jaime Henry, Stanton's right-hand man, tracked them to their lair and killed them one by one.Tom Blackburn adds a bold new chapter to his great saga of a family empire in the Southwest.
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